il MUSIC THEATRE LISTINGS continued from page 23 (proVoce) ... January 9: 8:00. Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. West. 960-0472. ,. Solar Stage Lunchtime Theatre. Sondheim: Side by Side. In two parts: Part 1: January 11 - 15, 12:12 & 1 :11; Part II: January 18 - 22, 1 2:1 2 & 1 :11. Scotia Plaza Concourse Level, 40 King St. West. 491-3115..50. Theatre Aquarius. Rodgers & Hammerstein: Cinderella. Holiday family musical. DE!cember 9 to 27. 1 90 King William St. Hamilton. 905-522- 7529. Theatre Humber. Godspe/1. Presented in a contemporary way with song, dance & dramatic comedy. December 2 to 13: 8:00; Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2:00. 3199 Lakeshore Blvd. West. 675-6622ext.3414. ,; group rates. Toronto Operetta Theatre. J. Strauss: Die F/edermaus. Kinga Mitrowska, Alexandra Lennox, Keith Boldt, Igor. Portnoi & Mark DuBois, performers; Guillermo Silva Marin, stage director; Peter Oleskevich, conductor. December 23, 26, 28 & 31, January 2, 4, & 5: 8:00; · December 30: 2:00. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. to . University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Opera Tea. An afternoon of opera and tea on the theatre stage. Verdi: La Traviata. January 17: 2:00. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. . Village Players. Sweeney Todd The Barber. Musical play by Brian J. Burton. To December 12. 2190 Bloor St. West. 767- 7702.,. Yorkminstrels. Anything Goes. Music by Cole Porter; book by P:G. Wodehouse. Virginia Reh, director; Peter Purvis, musical director; Caroline Moro Dalicandro, Edward Karek, Kim Logan & Harvey Cooperberg, principal roles; Yorkminstrels Orchestra. December 2, 3, 4 & 5: 8:00 ~ December 6: 2:00. Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst. 291-0600. to ; group rates. illt>nturit>z ®pt>rtt Azz.o~intion AUDITIONS 1999 Summer Opera Workshop George Bizet CARMEN Gioacchino Rossini II Barbiere di Siviglia · Audition Dates: February 6, 7 20, 21, 27, 28 Call ( 416) 787-3707 Fax (416) 787-1028 , 0 31 '99 HONOURABLE MENTIONS· & Too LATE TO L IST TRADITIONAL VENUES, UNUSUAL CONCERTS •Dec 3 8:00: Muaic Around Ue, CB~ Radio Two: Jesse Cook, guitar. Rumba flamenco. In support of Breakaway counselling agency for youth. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 - Front St. West. 205-5555. . •Dec 9 8:00: Don Ross, ·guitar in Concert. Shelly Berger, bass; ' Matthew Shawn Fleming, percussion; David Woodhead, multiinstrumentalist. Glenn Gould Studio 250 Front W. 205-5555. ,: •Dec 5 8:00: Acouetic Harveet Folk Club. 2000 Years of Christmas. Origins of Christmas customs told in song & story.,TRILOGY (Cathy Miller, Eileen McGann & David KJ. Birch Cliff United Church, 33 East Rd. 264-2235. -, (advance). •Dec 18 8:00: Living Arte Centre Miuiaeauga. Michael Burgess. An evening of Christmas music. Hammerson Hill, 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306-6000. ,. •Jan 23 2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Northern Lighte. Barbershop. Special guests: Platinum; Ontario District Quartets. George Weston .Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge. 750-0216. . •Jan 23 8:00: Acouetic Herveet Folk Club. Spirit of the Narrows. Native & Metis fiddle traditions in Manitoba through stories, song & music. Anne Lederman, performer. Birch Cliff United Church, 33 East Road. 264-2235. . NON-TRADITIONAL CONCERT VENUES: Mezzetta Cafe Reetaurant, 681 St. Clair Ave. W. 658-5687. cover. Mediterranean cuisine and live music each night at 9:15 & 10:30: December 2: Stephanie Mclean, vocals; Jake Langley, guitar December 16: Brian Katz, guitar/piano. (.January performers TBA.J Dec 13 4:00: Hobnail. Celtic roots band. Oasis Restaurant, 294 College St. 975-0845. . . TOO LATE TO LIST DEC 98/JAN 99 •December 6 7:00 & 8:00: DUO. Margot Rydall, flute; Ivan Zilman, guitar. Black Creek Pioneer Village. 463-1 011. Free with site admission. ~December 6 2:0P; Metropolitan Silver Band. Scarborough Civic Centre. 282-7973. Free. •December 6 3:00: Halton Youth Symphony & Halton Chamber Orchestra. Holiday Concert. Aldershot High School, Fairwood Place, Burlington. 905-335-6549. •December 6 3:00: York String Quartet. Church of the Redeemer 162AvenueRd. 745-3621. .'10. •December 6 4:00: Music Gallery . Remembered. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. •December 6 7:30: Festival of Lessons & Carols for Christmas. Leasid_e United Church, 822 Millwood Rd. 425-1253. Freewill. •December 6 8:00: Advent Carol Service. Church o.f St. Martin-in-the Fields, 151 Glenlake Ave. Donations TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSI~AL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE to the Evangeline Shelter. •Decell)ber 8 - 11 12:30: Seasonal noon hour choirs & bands from the Tor onto Board of Education - Scarborough District. Scarborough Civic Centre. 282-7973. Free. • December 8 to January 3: Aladdin, the Magical Family Musical. Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge St. 872-5555. •December 12 7 :30: Leaside Presbyterian Chu~ch Choir. The Gift of the Carol. 670 Eglinton Ave. E. 422-0510.,12 & under free. •December 12 & 13 7:30: Alexander Singers. Holiday Concert. Goldstream Presbyterian, 500 Goldstream Ave. 785-0333. ,10. •December 12 7:30: Handel: . Messiah Tor onto Korean-Canadian Choir Foundation. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 905-780-1653. •December 12 8:00: Music Gallery. Graeme Kirkland. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. · •December 13 12:00 noon: Three Sheets to the Wind. York Quay, 235 Queen's Quay West. 973-3000. •December 13 2:00: Band of the Royal Regiment. Scarborough Civic Centre. 282-7973. Free. •December 13 3:00: Echo. All Women Singing. Humbercrest United 16 Baby Point Rd . 537-2526. ,5. •December 20 12:00 noon: Jorge Lopez's Mexico Amigo. York Quay, 235 Queen's Quay W. 973,3000. •December 20 2:00: Victorian Carollers sing-along. Scarborough Civic Centre. 282-7973. Free. •December 20 4 :00: Christmas Concert in the Cathedral. Cathedral of the Transfiguration, Woodbine Ave. 905-887-5896. ,. •December 27 2:00: Rod Staples and Musical Memories. Scarborough Civic Centre. 282-7973. Free. •January 10 3:00: Faure, Poulenc, Mahler, Rodgers & Hammerstein; Marc Boucher, .baritone. RCM, 273 Bloor W. 225-4750. ,15. •January 16 8:00: Music Gallery. Geordie MacDonald. 179 Richmond St.·West. 204-1080. •January 17, 1 :30: Timothy Eaton Memorial Orchestra. Handel, Bach, Haydn, Vivaldi & Willan. 230 St. Clai~ West. 447-4398. Donation. •January 19 8:00: Music Gallery. Toronto Improvised Music' Series. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1'080. •Jan 21 8 :00: Music Gallery. John Farah. 179 Richmond W. 204-1080. •January 22 8:00: Music Gallery. Toronto Improvised Music Series. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. •January 23 8:00: Sanderson Centre(Wilfrid laurier, Lully & Quinau'it: Thesee, baroque opera. 88 Dalhousie Street, Brentford. 1-800- 265-0710. ,. •January 26 12:30: Mary Cyr, viola da gamba; Sandra Mangsen, harpsichord. Convocation Hall, McMaster Hamilton. 905-525-9140 ext.2767,1. •Jan 29 8 :00: Music Gallery. Ring Cycle. 179 Richmond W. 204-1080. •January 31 3:00: McMast er Chamber Orchestra. Convocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 ext.27671 . •January 31 8:00: Music Gallery . The Burdocks. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080.
~~EMBa~~=~=~~?NM~~?~y~·q~q~~,~,~~~~~~~~~~~~ ======--- ComprehenSiVe Concert Listings: -- l2J,1_ARQf!JS n ·ecemher 1 1998 to January 31 1999 We make every effort to ensure accuracy but ... Mistakes Happen, Plans change. Please use the phone numbers provided to phone ahead. Also, please note: Only the first performance date for Music Theatre Listings is included in . these daily listings; for a complete run, runs already in progress, and detailed schedules, please consult our Music Theatre Listings, page xx - xx. . NB. LiventiFord Centre. We have decided to include all previously scheduled listings for the Ford Centre. Each listing is followed by the designation Cancelled, Reclaimed, or Not Affected. Cancelled and Reclaimed refer to Livent/Ford Centre's own series. Not Affected refers to concerts by independent organizations who use the Ford Centre as a venue. All of these concerts are proceeding as planned. • • •12:00 noon: University of • • •1 2:00 noon: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Toronto Faculty of Mu!llic. Student Showcase. World Music Ensemble. Lobby, Outstanding students of the 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. voice program. Walter Hall, 80 Free. Queen's Park. 978-3744. Free. • • •12:00 noon: York • • •1 :00: Lunch Hour at St. · University Dept. ;;; Music. James'. Bryan: Changes on Music at Noon. Student Resonet in Laudibus; Dawes: classical music ensembles. Rhapsody on a Huron Carol; DACARY Hall, 050 Mclaughlin Durufle: Prelude et Fugue sur le College, 4700 Keele St. 736- nom d' Alain. Christopher 5186.Free. Dawes, organ. 65 Church St. • • •12:30: Yorkminster Park 364-7865. Free. Baptist Church. Noonday •••7:30: Volunge. The Gift of Recital. Jung-a Lee, organ. Song - a Choral Celebration. 1585 Yonge St. 922-11 67. Vivaldi: Gloria; selections from Free. the Finnish, Estonian & •••2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Lithuanian choral repertoire. Symphony Orchestra. Horn of Vox Finlandiae; Estonia; Plenty, Plenty of Horn. Roy Volunge choral ensemble; Thomson Hall. See December Pieter Sigmundt, Paul Hietala, 1. Matinee to .50. Margit Viia-Maiste, Dalia • • •7:30: Humber Lakeshore Viskontas & Jerzy Cichocki, Jazz Series. Vocal jazz conductors. George Weston ensemble, Trish Colter, Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. conductor; instrumental jazz 872~2222. . NoT AFFECTED ensemble, Pat LaBarbera, • • •8:00: Aldeburgh leader; big band, AI Kay, Connection. Catherine's director. Humber College Choice. Songs by Purcell, Lakeshore Auditorium, 3199 Faure & Willan; seasonal music Lakeshore Blvd. West. 675- by Wolf & Brahms. Catherine 6622 ext.3427. . Robbin, mezzo soprano; Bruce •••8:00: Ford Centre for the Ubukata, piano. Glenn Gould Performing Arts. A Chanticleer Studio, 250 Front St. West. Christmas. Biebl: Ave Maria; 205-5555. ,. Renaissance masterworks; • • •8:00: Music Toronto. Gospel; traditional carols. Michel Dalberto, piano, in George Weston Recital Hall, Recital. Schubert: Sonata in a 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. minor D.784; Schumann: to . RECLAIMED Carnaval de Vienne Op. 26; •••8:00: Oakville Centre for Debussy: selections from the Performing Arts. Michael Images Books I & II; Ravel: · Burgess. 130 Navy St., Gaspard de Ia Nuit. Jane Oakville, 905-815-2021. Mallett Theatre, 27· Front St. .99. SOLD OUT. East. 366-7723. to . •••8:00: Theatre Humber. • • •8:00: Oakville Centre for Godspe/1. Presented in a the Performing Arts. Stuart contemporary way with song, McLean & The Vinyl Cafe with dance & dramatic comedy. Quartette. 130 Navy St., · 31 99 Lakeshore Blvd. West. Oakville. 905-815-2021. 675-6622ext.3414. ,; .99. group rates. FoR COMPLETE RUN •••8:00: Toronto Symphony SEE MUSIC THEATRE LISTINGS. Orchestra. Horn of Plenty, Plenty of Horn. Arr. Tyzick: Malaguena; Mendez: Jota; arr. Schifrin: Granada. Doc Severinsen, conductor/trumpet. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. • • •12:00 noon: Music 593-4828. .50 to .50. Around Us Young Artists Series. Lori Gemmell, harp. Works by Rutter, Bach, Faure, Schafer and Andres. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. Free. • • •12:00 noon: University of Guelph School of Fine Art & Music. Works by Barnes, Britten, Wieniawski, Brahms & Richardson. Henry Janzen, viola; Alison Ma~Neill, piano. Music Room 107, MacKinnon Bldg. 51 9-824-41 20ext.2991. Free. • • •12:00 noon: York University Dept. of Music. Piano Marathon. Students from the studio of Christina Petrowska. DACARY Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 736-5186. Free. •••12:1 0: St. Paul's Anglican Church. Noonday Recital. Eric Robertson, organ. 227 Bloor St. East. 961-8116.Free. · •• •12:1 0: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. . Thursday Noon Series: Music of a Life So Far. Works written for the cello since 1960. Simon Fryer, cello; Lydia Wong, piano. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. Free. • • •8:00: Opera Buffa. The Greatest Gift. Music by David Kyle. Story told through song & dance in styles such as rhythm & blues, middle eastern, folk, jazz, Latin & light opera. Fairview Theatre, 35 Fairview Mall Drive. 905- 841-0414.. FoR COMPLETE RUN SEE MUSIC THEATRE LISTING'S. •• •8:00: Tafelmusik. On Yoolis Night. English music & poetry from 13th to 15th centuries. Guest ensemble: Anonymous 4. Trinity-St. Paul's, 427 Bloor St. West. 964-6337. to . •••8:00: TSO. Holly Cole Holiday Concert. Holly Cole, vocalist. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593-4828. to . TORONTO'S O}.JLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY C~SS I CAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERHISTING SOURCE CLASS1(0 PUIRT A BAROQUE'S new recording RETURN OF THE .. WANDERER just released On Return of the Wanderer. Puirt a Baroque (pronounced poorsbt-a-ba-roke) is joined br singer Stephanie Conn. \lhos~ captivating. beautifully haunting performance of tradition;tl Scottish songs. in b'oth Gaelic and English enriches the group\ unique fusion of traditional Scottish music. baroque art music and songs from Cape Breton .' The group's first t\o recordings - Bach J/eets Cape Breton and Kinloch's Fantasy: A Curious Collection ofSonatas and Reels- \'l'l'e popular \rith critics. and fans ra\'(:d about them. The members of Puirt a Baroque are David Greenberg (riolins). Terry McKenna (guitars. lute), David Sanda~ I (harpsichord) and Stephanie Conn (meals). ····~ Hear Puirt a Baroque live in concert with the Toronto Consort December 10th & 11th at 8:00pm Trinity-St Paul's Centre 427 Bloor Street West Tickets: ,416 964-6337 For a free catalogue of MARQUIS CLASSICS recordings call416 690-7 662 fax 690-7346 Marquis_ Classics@campuserve.cam